INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY ASSOCIATION INVITES YOU TO A CAREER MANAGEMENT DAY SYMPOSIUM
April 18th, 2011
8:30 to 4:00
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) Hartford Campus
275 Windsor Street Hartford, CT 06120
Ask anyone with a career in IT and they’ll tell you: Information Technology changes fast. How can you plot a career course in the rough seas of today’s IT market, let alone stay in the boat? Come join the Connecticut chapter of ISSA to learn more about finding some security working within Information Security!
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
People who have job functions or are searching for jobs in the realms of information technology or security; especially those actively involved in any of the following domains:
Information Security and Risk Management Operation Security
Access Control Physical Security
Application Security Security Architecture and Design
Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery Planning Telecommunication & Network Security
Cryptography Legal, Regulations, Compliance, and Investigation
THIS DAY IS FOR YOU! THE VALUE TO YOU INCLUDES:
· 6 Continuing education credits for those holding Infosec certifications (i.e. CISSP, SSCP)
· Discussions on the future of Information Security and Technology jobs
· Learning how to search out and land these jobs
· Gaining access to a very special, low cost program set up between ISSA and the State of CT for ongoing technical training
· Exploring how to be an analyst/consultant
Registration will be available on our website at WWW.ISSA-CT.ORG under the events section on March 23, 2011. Please make sure to register early as there is limited space for this event!
If you have any questions or problems registering, please do not hesitate to contact Communications@issa-ct.org
Pre-registration is preferred. Costs are $5 higher if you register at the door on the day of the event.
Speakers and Topics
Registration 8:30 a.m.
Coffee, Lunch and Afternoon Break Included
Marcia Lareau, Forward Motion
What is the future of Information Security
and Information Technology professional employment?
Tim Curran, Tek Systems – What to do if you are looking?
Dan Garewski, CT STEM Training available for you
Garth Hallett, ISSA-CT, Education Chair
Technical Questions, CT Stem Implementation
Greta Johansson, Small Business Administration
Joel Wolff, SCORE
Connie Maffeo, Smart Start
Do you want to be in business for yourself?
What does it take to be in business
Business plans for small businesses
Regulations for small business
Funds available for small business
Have questions about 2011 Career Management Symposium?
Contact ISSA Connecticut Chapter